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Godataloss

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    Volti-Modded Ramblin' Rose K-horns. Juicy Music Peach Pre amp. Parks Audio Budgie Phono stage. VPI HW-19 Jr table with Ortofon Black cart. MK3, ST35, or Decware SE 84 amplification.

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  1. What size drivers are in these? Ever get closer to Cleveland?
  2. There appears to be one tube in there, lol...
  3. Better deal without the drivers imho.
  4. I agree with this 100% though if they were mine I would likely use shellac instead because I think it looks more natural on birch. It's not as easy to work with though. I would not recommend an oil finish on birch as others have suggested. It is a soft wood and could benefit from some protection as Dave A mentions. Also, an oil finish will not protect from dirty fingerprints.
  5. These actually don't look too bad. Birch is hard to stain that dark evenly.
  6. Are you moving to a country without speakers? Why would you ship them?
  7. I love that Cowain audio site. I stumbled on it a couple years ago in my audio journey. I would love a pair of unity horns to play with.
  8. Best I ever heard LaScalas was on a Decware SE 84. Gave me goosebumps. My buddy bought the LaScalas and I was so impressed I couldn't leave without the amp. I don't really use very often as I prefer other amps on my Khorns (ive got quite a few- beware they're addictive), so if you are interested PM me and maybe we can work something out. Be advised it is only around 2wpc though. You'd be amazed what your speakers can do with that amount of power though.
  9. Feeling the shame for not having built mine yet...
  10. I get it. I pulled my tube based pre to upgrade the tubes and made the mistake of using my DAC as a pre temporarily. I assume you, as I, are running efficient speakers as are most folks on these forums and don't need the gain of an active pre. The only thing I lost was a considerable amount of noise- even with my turn table. To be running 100db+ speakers and hear that needle drop come out of an inky black background is intoxicating. Needless to say, the pre hasn't made it back into that system. I'm currently beginning the refurbishment of some vintage amps, otherwise I'd be all over this deal at $500. The amount of work that must go into 125 step attenuator is mind-boggling. GLWYS.
  11. Nice deal. If I may, why are you selling it? I've been contemplating such a solution.
  12. I would love one to go with my vintage gear. In the middle of a refurbishment project, or I'd be all over this deal.
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